SU in the News

04/07/2017 | Ashland Daily Tidings

Student nabs prestigious scholarship

Story about Oregon student who was awarded a prestigious Sullivan Leadership Award scholarship.

04/05/2017 | KNKX-FM (NPR affiliate)

Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks Seattle Ride-Share Drivers From Unionizing

Story quotes Seattle U labor law Prof. Charlotte Garden.

04/04/2017 | Seattle Met magazine

How Regressive Is the Mayor’s Sales Tax Proposal for Homelessness?

Seattle U accounting Prof. Susan Weihrich is quoted. 

03/31/2017 | McClatchy News

Their son was killed working a logging job. Now they want other teens protected

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

03/30/2017 | Associated Press (via USA Today)

Hayford takes over at Seattle looking to find glory of past

03/30/2017 | West Seattle Blog

Meet your new Southwest Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator, Jennifer Burbridge

Story is about Seattle U Masters in Criminal Justice graduate Jennifer Burridge who was hired by the Seattle Police Dept. as a crime prevention coordinator. She is the third SU graduate student hired by the SPD this year (and one of about a dozen MACJ students to be hired by SPD in recent years).

03/30/2017 | The Conversation

The death penalty is getting more and more expensive. Is it worth it?

Column co-authored by Seattle U criminal justice Prof. Pete Collins, who has conducted studies about the cost of implementing the death penalty.

03/29/2017 | The Seattle Times

Unionize Uber? Legal fight over Seattle drivers draws national attention

Story includes comments from Seattle U labor law Prof. Charlotte Garden.